Window Tinting Perth WA 6000
Following the introduction by Tintplus of Australia's first real-time, on-line, job costing system, WebQuote, Perth customers began taking advantage of the convenience of 24/7 job costing and the cost savings offered by Tintplus (WebQuote customers receive a 15% discount - the sales commission normally paid to the sales rep).
- While initially serving DIY customers, in 2013 Tintplus appointed an experienced film installation company to provide a professional installation service to our Perth customers.
Ben tinted this entry to control heat and glare
Our Perth window tinters cover the entire metropolitan area:
- Ben services the northern beaches to Yanchep, east to Mundaring and south to Rockingham
Ben has 12 years window tinting experience, in residential, commercial & automotive tinting and is able to install window tint, security film, decorative film, computer cut graphics & signage
See also Window Tinting Rockingham
- Gareth is based in Rockingham and provides a window tinting service from Mandurah to the southern suburbs of Perth
They service WebQuote customers in Perth who choose Professional Installation : Following receipt of your film order the film is pre-cut to 20mm oversize (ie 20mm larger than the window pane size) and the film is couriered to you by Australia Post or Fastway ready for installation (allow a week to cut, package and deliver the film to Perth). We advise the film installer of the job and they will contact you to arrange a suitable date and time for installation. On completion of the job you pay the film installer the price quoted for installation.
Film Orders for DIY installers: The film for DIY customers is cut 20mm oversize (ie 20mm larger than the window pane size) and the film is couriered to you by Australia Post or Fastway ready for installation (allow 3 - 4 working days to cut, package and deliver the film).
- We recommend DIY installers watch this video on "How to Apply Window Film". Although the background music is horrible if you follow the advice you should do a good job.
Ben installed this image of a wave breaking that is printed on frosted film for privacy
- it looks great